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DP Ruto Accuses These 2 Uhuru's Close Allies Over Jubilee Failures To Kenyans

The 2022 fourth coming general election are just around the corner with many politicians from diversity areas are trying to strategize on the way forward. However, the political wrangles between Tangatanga and Kieleweke factions has left many Kenyans confused. The two camps have always used insults to outshine each other.

Currently the deputy president is keen on popularizing his presidential bid ahead of 2022 polls. According to the sources, today the deputy president William Ruto attended the holy mass at St. Augustine catholic church at Bahati constituency in Nakuru county. Meanwhile, following his speech today during the church service the deputy president accused the chairman of Jubilee David Murathe and Raphael Tuju over Jubilee failure.

''Sijui huyu mtu anaitwa Tuju na Murathe walitoka wapi, hawa watu do wamearibu jubilee,'' he stated it painfully.

Meanwhile, David Murathe and Tuju is not a new name in Kenyan politics. They are a staunch supporters of President Uhuru Kenyatta and a fierce critic of Deputy President William Samoei Ruto. Nonetheless politics flowed in the bloodstream of Murathe since his days at the University of Nairobi. Following the William's speech he has fearless stated that only Tuju and Murathe who injected division in Jubilee by sending out members of Jubilee from the party.

Giving an example the deputy president, '' Just past recently they called a meeting of legislatures and the meeting was attended by over one hundred and fifty legislatures now the other day they called another on only less than twenty legislatures attended,'' he stated in the middle of loud laughter. You can click the link below to watch the video.

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